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The Misandrists

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Germany|2017|91min |Korean Premiere |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
216 7/14  20:30 CGV Sopoong 2 18
611 7/18  19:30 CGV Sopoong 2 18
931 7/21  20:30 CGV Sopoong 5 18
1019 7/22  16:30 CGV Sopoong 3 18
216 7/14  20:30CGV Sopoong 2
18
611 7/18  19:30CGV Sopoong 2
18
931 7/21  20:30CGV Sopoong 5
18
1019 7/22  16:30CGV Sopoong 3
18

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Synopsis

The Misandrists refers to a secret cell of feminist terrorists who plan to liberate women. When a young radical left-wing man on the run from the police, happens upon this remote female stronghold, a number of unexpected sexual secrets come to light.

Program Note

The Misandrists is a black comedy that allegorically and satirically captures the life of an extremist feminist group, and a queer film that embraces provocative questions surrounding sexual politics. In 1999, extreme feminist group, ‘The Female Liberation Army’ establishes its base in a remote area in Germany by posing as a boarding school. The group consisting of one leader(Big Mother), 4 teachers, and 8 students(young street girls who were exploited and abused by a patriarchal society) is secretly preparing their fight for female liberation. The group is challenged when it comes against external and internal crises(when a wounded left-wing young man drifts into their territory, and a few students experiencing identity issues), but Big Mother’s charismatic leadership guides them through their plight, and they finally set foot into the world where they have their first battle. It’s not just guns and swords, but lesbian eroticism that serve as powerful weapons against a patriarchal world. The Misandrists is a scathing satire of an ideology that comes to resemble patriarchy the believers of this ideology are fighting against. But it also makes one feel that what this film is aiming for might be something like Don Quixote’s windmill (BYUN Sung-chan)

Director

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Bruce LABRUCE

Born in 1964, Toronto, Canada, Bruce Labruce is an acclaimed filmmaker, photographer, writer, and artist. Recently, his momentous films are Gerontophilia (2013) which won the Grand Prix at the Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal and Pierrot Lunaire (2014) which won the Teddy Award Special Jury Prize at the Berlinale.

Credit

Producer
Paula Alamillo Rodriguez, Jürgen Brüning

Screenplay
Bruce LaBruce

Cinematographer
James Carman

Editor
Judy Landkammer

Music
BunnyCat Productions

Production Design
Desi Santiago

Cast
Susanne Sachsse, Viva Ruiz, Kembra Pfahler

Sales
Raspberry & Cream

Star Rating full_starfull_starempty_starempty_starempty_star  4.50